The None Of The Above Party

© April 2017 Tom Rogers

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The None Of The Above Party ('NOTAP') is Britain's biggest political force: at the 2015 election, around 33% of the electorate voted NOTAP. With a mass membership across all the social strata (membership is free), with the strongest support among the backbone of the country - the national working class of England - NOTAP is a force to be reckoned with. If only that support could be harnessed somehow. The problem is the lack of a credible nationalist alternative, with the result that the mainstream parties are regularly elected by default on a relatively small minority of the vote.

How To Vote For NOTAP

To vote NOTAP, take a black marker pen with you to the polling station, put a line through your ballot paper and simply write across it: 'None of the above'.